Fred Hutch emphasizes training and mentoring as essential to faculty leadership development. Formal classroom training, professional development seminars and panel discussions enable faculty to gain the fundamental skills and knowledge for building and managing research labs.
Fellowship opportunities are available in all Hutch research divisions. A fellowship offers the opportunity to work on the cutting edge of biomedical research with faculty and staff who are dedicated to helping their trainees achieve their career goals.
Through workshops and a science mentor program, teachers learn molecular biology techniques and participate in laboratory research. SEP allows mentor scientists to hone their teaching skills and learn about middle and high school science education.
Graduate students at Fred Hutch have access to several different programs that lead to a PhD degree including the Molecular and Cellular Biology Program (MCB) and Biological Physics Structure and Design Program (BPSD) as well as MCB and Conjoint courses offered on the Hutch campus.
The Summer Undergraduate Research Program is an intensive, nine-week internship designed to provide research experience and mentorship for undergraduate students who are interested in biomedical research.
The Hutch offers eight-week summer research internships to high school students who have completed the 11th grade with a strong scientific interest and background. Interns are paired with a mentor to work on projects in a laboratory.